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1/3 HP General Purpose Motor, Split-Phase, 1725 Nameplate RPM, Voltage 115, Frame 48Z

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  • Item # 5K917
  • Mfr. Model # 5K917
  • NSN # 6105-01-310-1436
  • UNSPSC # 26101602
  • Catalog Page # 7
  • Shipping Weight 15.25 lbs.
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Technical Specs

  • Item General Purpose Motor
  • Motor Application General Application
  • Motor Design Split-Phase
  • Motor Enclosure Design Open Dripproof
  • HP 1/3
  • Nameplate RPM 1725
  • Frame 48Z
  • Voltage 115
  • Hz 60
  • Phase 1
  • Full Load Amps 7.0
  • Number of Speeds 1
  • Motor Mounting Type Cradle Base
  • Motor Thermal Protection None
  • Insulation Class B
  • Service Factor 1.35
  • Bearings Ball
  • Frame Material Rolled Steel
  • Max. Ambient Temp. 40 Degrees C
  • Motor Shaft Rotation CW/CCW
  • Shaft Dia. 1/2"
  • Shaft Length 1-7/8"
  • Length Less Shaft 9-15/16"
  • Overall Length 9-13/16"
  • Motor Shaft Design Flat
  • RPM Range 1701-1800
  • Standards UL (E47479), CSA (156060)
  • Duty Continuous
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
  • RPM Group 1701-1800
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Torque?

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A 1/3hp motor at 1725 RPM’s will have 12.17 inch pounds of torque.
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Answer: 
I discovered that torque (in-lbs) can be calculated using the following formula:

T = (HP * 5252) / RPM
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The plate on the motor says oil the bearings but I see no oil holes
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There is no lubrication needed on this motor. It has permanently lubricated sealed bearings so there is no lubrication worries for this motor.

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